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Priscilla Presley, 72, shocks viewers with youthful appearance on Lorraine

The actress was Lorraine to talk about Elvis Presley

by Hanna Fillingham

Priscilla Presley was the talking point on Twitter on Monday after she made a very youthful appearance on Lorraine. The 72-year-old looked young beyond her years as she chatted to host Lorraine Kelly about her former husband Elvis Presley's new compilation album and tour, Christmas with Elvis and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Fans were quick to comment on her look over on Twitter, with one finding her almost unrecognisable. They wrote: "Is that you Priscilla Presley??" Another said: "I know she has had a lot done but Priscilla Presley looks amazing!!" A third added: "@Cilla_Presley lovely to see you on 'Good Morning' with Lorraine."

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Priscilla Presley made a youthful appearance on Lorraine 

Priscilla – who was married to Elvis from 1967 until 1972 – has previously spoken out about her love for the late singer while chatting to HELLO! "Even after our divorce, we remained very good friends." The star added of Elvis – who died in 1977 – "Elvis was the love of my life. We were very, very close. I loved him with all my heart, he was the love of my life. He was absolutely the love of my life. He was the father of my child [Lisa Marie] and I learned so much from that man. I'm not saying that everything was wonderful – marriages have problems, and especially in that rock’n’roll environment… but we had an amazing bond."

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Earlier in the year, Priscilla cleared up rumours that she was dating music legend Tom Jones, confirming on Good Morning Britain in July that the pair were just friends. She said: "Tom and I have been friends since ’68. It is true." Speaking about photos of the pair enjoying an evening out together which sparked the rumours that they were dating, she added: "That's not the first time we've been out obviously, but probably the first outing in public. But always friendship, always friends."

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